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Poster: polarized blue Date: Dec 14, 2011 2:10am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Joe Bonamassa Nuggies

Thanks for the links. I've only been casually getting into Joe Bonamassa through radio and internet links here and there for the past 6 years. I've never listened to an entire concert or any of his albums. This may be the kick up the backside that I needed to re-spark my interest. He is awesome. Lot's of stuff on youtube, so I'll get back to that and try the entire rockpalast show and the Royal Albert Hall show too, when I get time. And seems like a really nice guy from the few interviews I've heard with him. I take it he is a hometown hero in NYC?? Which venues does he play there?

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Poster: rdenirojb87 Date: Dec 14, 2011 8:14am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Joe Bonamassa Nuggies

I was only casually into Joe until I saw him live. Go to a show, and I can almost guarantee you'll become more than a casual fan. That Rockpalast show is a lot of fun, and yes he's a very nice, easy going guy! His knowledge of the history of the blues is amazing.

Joe is definitely well respected, and has a good fan base in the area. I've mostly seen him at B.B. King's, where the crowd reception is always phenomenal. I've seen him at some other small venues as well, but it seems he really likes to mix up where he plays for the most part. Small, intimate settings are his thing.

Here's some upcoming tour dates: